Ruud Krol admits on South African Radio station that he would relish a return to the PSL after it was reported that he is being tracked by SuperSport United
Former Orlando Pirates coach Ruud Krol has gone public about his desire to return to the South African Premier Soccer League (PSL) to coach.
Krol has just won the league title with the Tunisian side CS Sfaxien and he is guaranteed a Caf Champions League place next season, but Krol confessed that he loves South African football.
“I heard that (linked to SuperSport United). It’s surprising because I never spoke with SuperSport and nobody contacted me, but you know football sometimes what is not today can be tomorrow,” said Krol on Metro FM.
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“I have always loved South Africa. The four years that I spent there was the amazing period of my life and I like the treatment of the people and the attitude of people over there (South Africa),” he said.
“Of course you never know what happens in soccer life, because sometimes you are an immigrant and the next day you can be in South Africa again,” added Krol.
The Dutch mentor was a hero back in 2011 when he guided Pirates to their first league title in eight years, but he then left the club.
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